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Thread: searching for name of pattern

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    I have been searching for the name of a quilt/block pattern. It looks like an easy version of S&W in that it's a 4-patch block but the 4 square patches are cut identically and then pieced so that they are all oriented in the same position, like a very simple kaleidescope. I can figure out how to do it, it's not rocket science but I want to google pics of finished quilts for inspiration.
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    It may be four patch posies

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    That is what I was thinking too.

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    Boy, you ladies were fast on the draw! That was exactly the pattern name. I have done a little googling and seen some spectacular quilts in just a couple of minutes. Thank you so very much!

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    LOL! Everyone else posted while I was googling! LOL!

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    Yep, I think it is actually called Four patch STACKED posie.
    It is really easy and looks so much more difficult than it really is! Makes a great looking quilt!

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    What size do you think the blocks are?

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    Quote Originally Posted by beachlady
    What size do you think the blocks are?
    Just pick a size and make them all the same, or if you like a challenge, make differnt sized blocks and then figure out a creative sashing to put them all together with.

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    wow, awesome, glad you found it and also thanks everyone for the links

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    Quote Originally Posted by beachlady
    What size do you think the blocks are?
    I read that your fabric should have a 8-12 inch repeat. That I think would determine the size of the block.

    See H D Designs

    Rita

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    I've got spring break after finals this week and looking forward some quilting time-finally! This looks interesting. Where are the instrustions?

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    http://home-and-garden.webshots.com/...55109209ucfFNb

    These are some instructions. I am sure if you google it you will find others.

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    Pattern at
    www.3crazyladies.com

    Posie Frenzy--it is the first quilt.

    Rita

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    Sorry, I missed something. Don't see any posie frenzy on the site, only a 4-patch frenzy which is very, very different.

    Quote Originally Posted by ritamaew
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    Posie Frenzy--it is the first quilt.

    Rita

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